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Volleyball Rotation for a 5-1 in a three-passer system. KEY: Front row players are shown with a black outline! 5-1 means there are five hitters and one setter. With two setters (6-2), the rotations with the setter in the back row are used for both setters.

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Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Volleyball Rotation for a 5-1 in a three-passer system

  • KEY: Front row players are shown with a black outline!

  • 5-1 means there are five hitters and one setter. With two setters (6-2), the rotations with the setter in the back row are used for both setters.

  • The most basic rule is that all hitters have a home—outside, middle, or opposite. Setters and opposites always play right-side defense.

  • Most teams have their defensive specialist substitute for at least one middle hitter in the back row.

  • This three-passer system assumes the best passers to be the outside hitters and that three players can cover most serves. Variations can be made to let a front-row player cover very short serves or to allow right-side hitters to pass instead.

  • Not all teams place outsides in middle-back and middles on the left side as shown throughout this PowerPoint. Doing so as shown permits the outside hitter to hit a back-row attack from the middle of the court.

  • Players move much more than this presentation shows

    • Middle blockers and outside hitters work together to “double block” the other team’s hitters.

    • All of the players move to cover their team’s hitter in case of a block.

    • For each hitting situation, the defense shifts into a specific arrangement.


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Setter serving in position one.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Middle

Outside

Opposite

Outside

Middle(Sub)

SERVE!

Setter


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in position one.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

We sentit back. Switch!

Outside

Middle

Setter

Opposite

Middle(Sub)

Outside


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Outside serving with setter in six.

Notice that the setter is allowed to cross over the server and start in her home position.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Opposite

Outside

Middle

Middle(Sub)

Setter

SERVE!

Outside


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in six.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Notice that the three back row players are in line left-to-right (middle, setter, outside)

We sentit back. Switch!

Opposite

Setter

Middle

Outside

Outside

Middle

(Sub)


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Middle serving with setter in five.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Middle

Outside

Opposite

Setter

Outside

SERVE!

Middle


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in five.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

We sentit back. Switch!

Middle

Setter

Opposite

Outside

Middle(Sub)

Outside


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Opposite serving with setter in four.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Middle

Outside

Setter

Middle(Sub)

Outside

SERVE!

Opposite


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in four.

Sometimes a team will have the outside hitter hit on the right side and then switch after sending the ball over.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

We sentit back. Switch!

Setter

Alternative

This setup lets us have an outside and middle hitter for the first ball.

Middle

Another alternative

Outside

Middle(Sub)

Outside

Opposite


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Outside serving with setter in three.

Notice that the opposite in the back row is allowed to cross over the server and start in her home position.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Outside

Setter

Middle

Opposite

Middle(Sub)

SERVE!

Outside


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in three.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

We sentit back. Switch!

Setter

Middle

Also ok…

Outside

Middle(Sub)

Outside

Opposite


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

Rotational Positions

Middle serving with setter in two.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

Middle

Outside

Setter

Opposite

SERVE!

Outside

Middle


Volleyball rotation for a 5 1 in a three passer system

SERVE!

Rotational Positions

Serve Receive with setter in two.

IV

III

II

V

VI

I

We sentit back. Switch!

Setter

Middle

Also ok; common for Middle School

Outside

Middle(Sub)

Outside

Opposite


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